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Celebrate Dad with these Father’s Day Gifts

Jewelry options for the top guy in your life

It’s always tough shopping for Father’s Day Gifts. What do you get for the guy that does it all? Has it all? Father’s day is the one day a year we get to give our dads the very best. Below are our favorite picks for the men in our lives. read more…

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The Not-So-Simple Guide to Buying Stylish Jewelry for Men

Everything you should know about men's jewelry just in time for Father's Day

Gone are the days where a man’s jewelry selection is limited to a single wedding band and nothing more. Your customers may have heard that jewelry isn’t really a guy’s thing. Well that, my friends, is nonsense. Vikings wore jewelry. Kings wore jewelry. In fact, pretty much every significant man read more…

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Father’s Day Jewelry For The Family Man

Subtle suggestions for wardrobe sophistication

He’s the baron of BBQ, the leading lawn-mower, and the king of the castle. When something needs fixing, he’s the man. Dads hold a special place in our families and our hearts. This Father’s Day, coach your customers on the importance of presenting Dad with something special. Sure there’s always read more…

it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s my dad

Jenni Moreau shares her favorite products for the man who does it all!

Dad. Daddy. Super hero. Mr. Fix It. Classic gentleman. You can pick whichever name you want to use, but they all apply to the same person where I’m concerned. I have a very special relationship with my father, and I wouldn’t change it for the world. I’m 100% daddy’s girl read more…

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Offer your customers the best in Father’s Day gifts

I think that June is a terrible month to honor Fathers. Not sure if it’s the craziness of the break of the school routine, the start of summer, swimming pools, or vacations, but if you’re like me, I always forget about Father’s Day (sorry, Dad). I can remember one year read more…